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If you are a person who has difficulty motivating others, then you are not skilled in this area of emotions.

Using Emotions

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A person that can monitor, observe, and distinguish differences in emotions shows this skill.

Managing Emotions

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If you are a person who is quite and pulls away from people after being rejected , then you likely do nit have this skill

Identifying Emotions

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A person with the ability of comprehending how emotions combine to form other emotions show this skills

Understanding emotions

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When an individual is able to discern between different types of emotions

Identifying emotions

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When you show the ability to know which emotion or mood are best for a given situation, you show this skill

Using Emotions

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The professor from the university of New Hampshire that was instrumental in proposing the theory of Emotional Intelligence

John Mayer

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When a person is able to recognize the level of intensity to which the emotion is present.

Identifying Emotions

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This journalist popularized the concept of emotional intelligence with an international bestselling book by the same name.

Daniel Goleman

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When a person can actually label the emotions they are encountering

Managing Emotions

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The professor from Yale University that was instrumental in proposing the theory of emotional intelligence.

Peter Salovey

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Having high emotional vocabulary, shows that you have this skill

Understanding emotions

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When a person is confused about why their casual comments upset people, they likely have a hard time with this.

Using Emotions

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Authored Emotional Intelligence 2.0 and provides a guide for what emotionally intelligence individuals will NOT do.

Travis Bradberry

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When a person has a high skill in this emotion, they have a surer sense of how they really feel about personal decisions.

Identifying emotions

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Intelligence in the area of words and language

Linguistic intelligence

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Intelligence in the area of self-awareness

Intra-personal intelligence

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When an individual is aware of emotional clues in themselves and in people around them.

Identifying Emotions.

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Intelligence in the area of other people's feelings

Interpersonal intelligence

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Intelligence in the area of body movement control

Kinesthetic intelligence

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This is what is used to alert an individual to how their Intrinsic Motivations may be misunderstood by themselves.

Warning

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This is what is used to alert an individual to his their intrinsic motivations may be misunderstood by others.

Caution

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Individuals with this skill will display self-awareness and self-management

Intra-personal intelligence

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Individuals with this skill will display social-awareness and relationship-management.

Interpersonal intelligence

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The person is scripture who leveraged their strengths to save their people.

Esther

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These are our assists given to us by a God

Strengths

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A quality or feature that is inadequate or defective

Weakness

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Living a life of consistency when matching one's faith with one's actions

Life Congruence

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The pattern that occurs when your pilot motivation and your second motivation are nearly equal in strength

Proactive Doublet

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The pattern that occurs when your pilot motivation and your second and third motivation are nearly equal in strength

Proactive Blend

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These are our encounters with events and circumstances

Experiences

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Sensations experienced when one is stirred internally from non-physical forces.

Feelings

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A useful or valuable quality that is an advantage or resource

Asset

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Person noted in Scripture due to their eloquent speech and willingness to humbly seek out instruction

Apollos

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The ability to use the spoken voice to produce captivating tones and clear articulation

Oratory

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This is known as your dominant intrinsic motivation

Pilot motivation

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A multidimensional arrangement that correlates two or more qualities in a single item

Matrix

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Person noted in scripture for being selected by Moses to build the tabernacle due to their physical strength

Bezalel

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Something that is beyond ordinary or common experience, thought, or belief.

Transcendental

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Our driving forces that burn deeply in our hearts

Passions

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The interaction of elements in such a way that when combined they produce a total effect that is greater than the sum of the contributions made by the individual elements.

Synergistic

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The capacity to respond to or be susceptible to sensory stimuli

Sensibility

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Occurs when two motivations exhibit nearly equal strength at the top of your profile possess nearly opposite characteristics

Dichotomous Reciprocated Proactive Doubket

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Can cause envy in those who do not possess it, yet it is also one that varies by culture and by period

Physical Appearance

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Looking at as many areas of strengths as possible when looking at our uniqueness

Holistic Perspective

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Person noted in scripture who praised God because they were "fearfully and wonderfully made".

David

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The ability to work effectively with one's hand (minds) to create exquisite objects

Craftsmanship

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The muscular ability that enables people to excel at lifting great weight or exerting great pressure

Brute Force

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Being able to manipulate physical objects and machinery to accomplish tasks

Mechanics

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Having dexterity that enables a person to arrange colors, forms, materials, or other elements in a manner that results in a sense of beauty

Artistry

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Studies have shown that having high EI (Emotional Intelligence) is a better indicator of future success than having?

A high IQ

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Which of the following is NOT a part of our three-fold Unique Design:
A. Strengths
B. Character
C. Passions
D. Experiences

B. Character

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The capacity in our lives that enables us to acquire knowledge and develop wisdom.

Intellectual Strengths Domain

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The capacity in our lives that enables us to experience feelings and sensibility.

Emotional Strengths Domain

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The capacity in our lives that enables you to exercise you will in deciding upon courses of action

Psychological Strengths Domain

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Which of the seven motivations (or areas of strength) displays a willingness to speak out about concerns regarding what is morally right or wrong?

Proclaiming

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Which of the seven motivations (or areas of strength) displays the ability to encourage?

Exhorting

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Which of the seven motivations (or areas of strength) displays the ability to identify with the emotions of others in order to lend their support?

Comforting

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Which of the seven motivations (or areas of strength) displays a willingness to be a supportive assistant?

Helping

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Which of the seven motivations (or areas of strength) displays the ability to carefully explain the difficulty of a topic in a manner that is easy for others to understand?

Teaching

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Which of the seven motivations (or areas of strength) displays the ability to organize and coordinate the activities and motivate the efforts of others?

Managing

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What is the ONLY situation in which a person can develop their skills of emotional intelligence?

Through problems

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Which New Testament book is given as a reference to instruct us that our bodies are temples for the Holy Spirit?

1 Corinthians

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Which Old Testament book is given as a reference to instruct us that we are to use the dimensions of our heart, soul, and strength to love God in totality?

Deuteronomy

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Which New Testament parable is used to instruct us on our own responsibility to act upon the strengths we are given?

The talents

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When focusing upon eliminating weakness, the likely outcome of an individual's efforts will be:

Mediocrity

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The perspective that focuses upon eliminating weakness in order to achieve success?

Liabilities-Based

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The perspective that focuses upon leveraging our strength in order to achieve success?

Assets-Based

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A perspective that looks at many areas of strengths as possible when looking at our uniqueness?

Holistic

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The studies discussed in the chapter, state that the best way to address our weaknesses is to ?

Leveraging our Strengths

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The individual who promotes the theory of multiple intelligences to promote an individuals strengths and uniqueness.

Howard Gardener

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Who is the individual who did the study on the differences in how optimistic and pessimistic individuals respond to failure?

Martin Seligman

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The acronym BMI stands for:

Body Mass Index

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The formula to calculate one's BMI is:

BMI= (705 x body weight)/ (body height)^2

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Your ability to control impulsive feelings and behaviors.

Self-Management

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Capabilities and features in a strength dimension that came into your life without your doing.

Gifts

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Frame of mind you develop and adopt reflecting your beliefs and values concerning a strengths domain.

Attitude

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Information and understanding you gain by learning about a strength dimension.

Knowledge

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Abilities you develop in a strength dimension through repeated practice.

Skills

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Studies have shown that the greatest indicator of success when dealing with a problematic situation is?

Our attitude

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Spending time by yourself so you can listen to God,s voice in your spirit.

Meditational Solitude

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Outlining practical steps of action to assist in overcoming problems.

Exhorting

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Reducing distractions in your life that keep you from hearing God.

Simplicity

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The spiritual gift that allows you to discern what is morally right or wrong in situations.

Proclaiming

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The ability to form concepts and solve problems

Reasoning capacity

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The spiritual gift that publicly speaking out from internal convictions

Proclaiming

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Joining with other people in small groups and large gatherings to pursue spiritual growth

Fellowship

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The spiritual gift that allows you to discern the emotional needs of others

Comforting

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The ability to recognize, manipulate, comprehend, and think with concepts and relationships represented by numbers.

Quantitative Capacity

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The spiritual gift that provides mercy to those in emotional distress

Comforting

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The ability to immediately react to a stimuli or a task

Reaction capacity

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The spiritual gift that displays the skill of organizing, coordinating, and guiding activities and setting goals for projects

Managing

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The spiritual gift that allows you to discern the organizational needs others have wen working collectively together.

Managing

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The ability to perform automatic cognitive tasks quickly.

Processing Capacity

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The spiritual gift that finds practical ways to provide physical assistance to fulfill needs and tasks

Helping

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The spiritual gift that allows you to discern encouragement and practical solutions needed for life's problems

Exhorting

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The spiritual gift that allows you to discern the legitimate needs or tasks others have

Helping

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The ability to store and recall information within a few minutes

Short term memory

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The spiritual gift that allows you discern the truth through careful research.

Teaching

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The spiritual gift that allows you to discern the financial needs others have in their life or efforts

Giving

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The spiritual gift that presents the truth to others in such a way that is easy to learn

Teaching

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Individuals who have the greatest energy by interacting with the internal world of idea, memories, and emotions

Introvert

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The intake of information, is a process known as ____________.

Perceiving

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The ability to focus upon the receptive interaction of listening and gaining direction for our lives

Discernment

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Name the three elements of spiritual strength.

1. Psychological
2. Emotional
3. Physical

106

List the nine virtues Paul called the "fruit of the spirit"?

1. Love
2. Faithfulness
3. Kindness
4. Gentleness
5. Joy
6. Peace
7. Goodness
8. Patience
9. Self-Control

107

List the 8 steps of spiritual development IN ORDER from lowest to highest:

Faith
Goodness
Knowledge
Self-Control
Perseverance
Godliness
Kindness
Love

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Why is it temping for individuals to believe they can bypass the eight steps of spiritual development and simply act in the manner God calls them to?

Our gifts are irrevocable so we believe that since our skill in that gift is optimal our work is already done.

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What are the two manners in which individuals prefer to intake information are:

Sensing
Intuition

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What are the two manners in which individuals prefer to come to conclusions are:

Thinking
Feeling

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What are the two psychological activities in which individuals operate in are:

Judging
Perceiving